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dynamic segmentation

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  1. [data analysis] A technique used in GIS to locate, manage, and analyze linear features, such as roads, pipelines, or rivers, as continuous and dynamic entities. It involves dividing linear features into a series of connected segments, each with its own set of attributes, without segmenting the underlying feature. Attributes can include information such as road names, speed limits, elevation profiles, or any other relevant data associated with the linear feature.

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